Country of origin: Norway
$3.50/100g, $35/kg ($30-$35/kg depending on the stability of supply)
Fresh Norwegian Salmon is chilled and imported from Norway.
A salmon can be filleted from the mid or tail region.
The mid-region contains more Omega-3 Fatty Acids, thicker and 'oilier' compared to the latter. Usually softer and more 'chewy'.
The tail-region is thinner and completely boneless.
Fillets have been descaled, deboned*, and portioned for your convenience.
What is usually sold at supermarkets is small-sized salmon trout fillets.
*Please note that even though the deboning process is done with stringent control, it is important to check for the presence of bones before feeding children and elderly.*
If you have other specifications for cutting please leave a remark during checkout! (e.g. thin slices for steamboat/baby consumption)
Special note from Xavier:
1) Please check prices closely whenever you buy salmon! It should not go below $30/kg (unless it's frozen) and should not go past $35/kg. Retailers may sell at $12-$15 for 300g, so do your math and save your money!